Thursday, February 25, 2010

Attic 24

Lucy over at Attic24 is a wife, busy Mum of three, and she totally inspires me.
I have wanted to learn granny squares forever, and have not been able to master it.
Today I am having a granny square lesson! I am very excited and have made lists of all of the yarns I want to for my projects.
I plan to practice-practice-practice.

When I'm ready to start my first big project, I know it will be a bright, cheery afghan-lots of greens and bright pinks.
Please stop by Attic24, say "hi" to Lucy, and see if her blog doesn't inspire you to pick up a crochet hook or a pair of knitting needles.
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Attic24typepad.com


10 comments:

  1. I know that after you get the hang of this, you will be a Great Granny Square maker! I did hop over to the Attic 24 and wow. I knew she had to be out of this world.
    pve

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  2. I am positive you will achieve your goal, while having fun. I'd love to see the color combinations of your finished product. Pink and green are such happy colors. Enjoy!

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  3. I can't wait to see the links and links of granny squares you will create. A crocheter's palette! xo

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  4. Looking forward to following your progress! My sister, Susan, is a master knitter and crocheter like our mom. The gene pool for knitting, crocheting, sewing and like crafts ended there, however. Lovely colors, Deb. Cheered me up! xoxo

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  5. Wonderful Debra...love the colours! Maybe something to do whilst sitting in a chair on the beach this summer. You could choose the colours of sea glass as a reminder of a summers day on the beach in Maine:)
    Jeanne

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  6. It will be so fun and a beautiful accomplishment! Colors are beautiful!

    Karena

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  7. Oh these make me smile so much. Nana taught me how to crochet when I was small. I love these squares. I can't wait to see yours!

    On the sugar note: I have to confess I fell off big time at knitting yesterday with a small molten lave cake right out of the oven. I could not say no. Terrible. Getting back on today. And praying. Sigh.

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  8. I have learning to crochet on my "To Do" list!

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  9. oh the BEST of luck to you with the Hooking, I'm sure if you want to do it badly enough (like I did when I first taught myself) then you will get there...I can tell you're going to love it!
    Lots of love to you
    Lucexxxxx

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